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The word “organic” is used all the time with lots of products. What does it really mean to you?

By February 15, 2022No Comments

We work with nature, not against her. As an example, the industry has been wrestling with a destructive beetle infestation that has infected some farms by 80% or more while only 1% of our trees have been affected. We learned the organic way of controlling this pest is with a naturally occurring fungus that kills the beetle. We encourage the fungus growth thus reducing the problem and restoring the balance nature intended. “Organic” can be described as a lifetime of discovery and the implementation of nature’s tool box. We are not introducing anything new to the environment but simply discovering what is already there.